Harry Reid’s New Burden


“Nothing so strongly impels a man to regard the interest of his constituents, as the certainty of returning to the general mass of the people, from whence he was taken, where he must participate in their burdens.” George Mason is quoted as saying during the Virginia Ratifying Convention, June 17, 1788. And as you know … Continue reading Harry Reid’s New Burden

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Progressive Education: Banning the Flag and Honoring Terrorists


In a letter to James Madison, dated November 30, 1785, George Washington wrote, “We are either a United people, or we are not. If the former, let us, in all matters of general concern act as a nation, which have national objects to promote, and a national character to support. If we are not, let … Continue reading Progressive Education: Banning the Flag and Honoring Terrorists

FOIA Be Damned and Full Delete Ahead


President Obama hailed his administration for its transparency in February 2014, saying “This is the most transparent administration in history.” Too bad his message got lost in the email. The White House is now exempting its Office of Administration from the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) saying office doesn't have to comply with the law … Continue reading FOIA Be Damned and Full Delete Ahead

The Many Scandals that Make-up Hillarygate


Hillary Clinton claimed she used a private email address and server as a matter of convenience, not wanting to use two cells. But during a women’s conference in Santa Clara, California, Hillary said she uses two cell phones. “I want to ask the big question -- iPhone or Android?” the interviewer said. “iPhone! Okay, in … Continue reading The Many Scandals that Make-up Hillarygate

Protecting Obama’s So-called Legacy


Democratic operative James Carville, who worked on the presidential campaigns of both Bill and Hillary Clinton, said Hillary’s use of a private email account during her time as Secretary of State was legal and because she was trying to avoid congressional oversight. “I suspect she didn’t want Louie Gohmert riffling through her emails, which seems to me … Continue reading Protecting Obama’s So-called Legacy

Case of Missing Eureka Teen Gets New Life


Detectives searching for Karen Mitchell are interested in talking to Manhattan real estate heir Robert Durst in the disappearance of the 16-year-old.  Karen vanished on November 25, 1997 after volunteering at a homeless shelter in Eureka, California. At the time of her disappearance a command center was set up in a donated room at the Eureka … Continue reading Case of Missing Eureka Teen Gets New Life

Obama, Congress, ISIL and War


President Obama is trying to force his foreign policy on our next President by creating ‘a third term.’ The very week that ISIL beheaded 21 Coptic Christians, Obama sent an “Authorization for the Use of Military Force” to Congress restricting our fight against the radial Islamic group. So what’s in Obama’s AUMF? -- Authorization to … Continue reading Obama, Congress, ISIL and War

Tax Reform at the End of Obama’s Pen


President Obama has already enacted amnesty through executive fiat and now, he’s eyeing unilateral tax increases. This comes after a self-described democratic socialist and Vermont Senator, Bernie Sanders called on Obama to raise more than $100 billion in taxes through IRS executive action. As the ranking minority member on the Senate Budget Committee, Sanders wants … Continue reading Tax Reform at the End of Obama’s Pen

Fed’s to Continue Consolidating Power


The Obama administration is proposing a new government agency dedicated to keeping the nation's food safe. It would merge parts of the Agriculture Department and the Food and Drug Administration within the Department of Health and Human Services. The proposal comes after outbreaks of illness linked to chicken, eggs, peanuts and cantaloupe. More than a … Continue reading Fed’s to Continue Consolidating Power

Nevada Lawmakers Consider Raising the Minimum Wage


Senator Tick Segerblom is sponsoring SJR 8, which would raise the minimum wage to either $15 or $16 an hour depending if the employer offers health insurance.  Segerblom and a number of his Progressive pals claim the change is necessary because the current minimum wage isn't livable. The minimum wage in Nevada is 8.25 an hour if … Continue reading Nevada Lawmakers Consider Raising the Minimum Wage

The Gap in Hillary’s Emails and Credibility


Congressman Trey Gowdy, chairman of the special House committee investigating the terror attack on Americans in Benghazi, says they’ve received more than 800 pages of emails from Hillary Clinton's private email account, but not all of them. "There are gaps of months and months and months," Gowdy said. He points to a trip Clinton took … Continue reading The Gap in Hillary’s Emails and Credibility

Where Sleeping-in Trumps the Working Man


There was a time in this nation when we celebrated the working man. Now we try to punish them in favor of more shut-eye. A sanitation worker in an Atlanta suburb had been sentenced to 30-days in jail for starting work before 7 a.m. Kevin McGill, employed by Waste Management Inc., in Sandy Springs, Georgia, violated the city's ordinance for … Continue reading Where Sleeping-in Trumps the Working Man

Want to Foster a Child? Give Up Your Gun!


The silence from Progressives is deafening as a Nevada couple’s been told they can't adopt a 12-year-old child because they have legal concealed-carry permits. Brian and Valerie Wilson asked the Assembly Judiciary Committee to approve a bill that would allow them to carry loaded weapons and serve as foster parents. In testimony to the committee … Continue reading Want to Foster a Child? Give Up Your Gun!

Fort Hood Heroes to Finally get Purple Heart


The radical Islamic terrorist and former U.S. Army Major, who murdered fourteen people (this includes an unborn baby) at Fort Hood in 2009 has been sentenced to death. But because the military justice system requires a lengthy appeals process, it could be years or even decades before he’s executed. Strangely -- all the major media outlets … Continue reading Fort Hood Heroes to Finally get Purple Heart

“Black Lives Matter,” Falls Short


Three law enforcement officers lost their lives recently. Philadelphia Police Officer Robert Wilson III died after being shot in head at video game store. Fulton County, Georgia police Detective Terence Avery Green died after being shot in the head by a suspect. Highland Park Police reserve Officer Roderick Jones died after being shot while working as a … Continue reading “Black Lives Matter,” Falls Short

The Enigma of Hillary’s Personal Email Address


Hillary Clinton used a personal email account exclusively to conduct government business as Secretary of State, violating federal requirements that officials’ correspondence be retained as part of the agency’s record. Clinton didn’t have a government email address during her entire four-year tenure at the State Department. Her aides took no actions to have her personal … Continue reading The Enigma of Hillary’s Personal Email Address

While Watching the Other Hand


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned the U.S. that it was negotiating a bad deal with Iran that could spark a "nuclear nightmare," drawing a rebuke from President Obama. Netanyahu made his case against Obama's Iran diplomacy in a speech to Congress. Obama responded from the Oval Office, declaring Netanyahu had offered "nothing new." "The … Continue reading While Watching the Other Hand

The Obama Administrations Continued War on the Military


April is 'Sexual Assault Awareness Month' in the U.S. military. Last year, the Department of Defense prepared a 136-page, write-up titled, “Report to the President of the United States on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response,” at a cost of over $9.2 million. For the amount of money spent on it, one might think sexual assault … Continue reading The Obama Administrations Continued War on the Military

‘Person of Interest’ Identified in Missing Humboldt Women’s Cases


NBC’s online series “Missing in America” is looking into the case of two Humboldt County, California women who vanished over a year ago: Danielle Bertolini and Sheila Franks. The two went missing within days of each other in February 2014. Now, Fortuna Police Chief William Dobberstein confirms that there's a connection between the two disappearances. “Both cases are ongoing investigations," … Continue reading ‘Person of Interest’ Identified in Missing Humboldt Women’s Cases

New Year; New Charges against Harry Reid


Still recovering from an alleged smack down given to him by his exercise equipment at the start of the new year, Nevada Senator Harry Reid is now accused of illegally using official Senate resources for political purposes. The accusation was filed in a complaint by the ethics watchdog group, Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust … Continue reading New Year; New Charges against Harry Reid

Beyond the Chalk and the Colors


It is so easy to lead people down paths they never thought they’d walk. For instance, take these Indian Hindu devotees smeared with colors as they visit the Nandagram temple, famous for Lord Krishna and his brother Balram, during Lathmarholi festival, in Nandgaon, India. It’s innocent enough, as there is nothing wrong with a person … Continue reading Beyond the Chalk and the Colors

Going to the Dogs in Nevada


“Some dogs cannot hold their licker,” goes the old joke. All kidding aside, Nevada State Senator John Settelmeyer has introduced a bill allowing individual bar owners admit dogs into their establishment if they’d like too. At present, Nevada laws forbid dogs in bars or restaurants unless they’re service dogs. "Fundamentally," said Settelmeyer, "…it comes down to … Continue reading Going to the Dogs in Nevada